Jason Terry leaves Houston Rockets after two seasons to rejoin forces with Jason Kidd.
Free Agent Jason Terry spent two eventful seasons wearing a Houston Rockets jersey. During ‘the Jets’ first season in Houston he provided valuable leadership and efficient shooting. Notably he became invaluable in Houston’s post season run replacing the injured Patrick Beverley. Ultimately the Rockets got all the way to the Western Conference Finals.
Terry’s highlight from the 2014-15 season was the Game 6 come back win versus the Los Angeles Clippers. where he played a pivotal role.
Despite the Rockets being decimated by injury, the elder statesman played 77 games and posted one of his better stat lines in recent years.
2014-15 Stat Line:
Field Goal Percent: 42.2
3 Point Field Goal Percent: 39.0%
*all stats per game averages
This past season Terry’s role was less demanding, but he continued to provide the same benefits, albeit with a minor dip in his production.
2015-16 Stat Line:
Field Goal Percent: 40.2
3 Point Field Goal Percent: 35.6%
*all stats per game averages
The Jet Bucks Super Team Trend
At first glance the signing of Terry by the Bucks seems illogical. Although the Bucks lost guards Greivis Vasquez and Jerryd Bayless to free agency Milwaukee acted quickly to fill those roster openings.
Milwaukee added free agent Matthew Dellavedova and drafted guard Malcolm Brogdon. Guards currently on the roster are Michael Carter Williams, Tyler Ennis and Rashad Vaughn. In addition the experiment of starting lanky Giannis Antetokounmpo at the point is expected to continue.
— Jason Terry (@jasonterry31) August 22, 2016
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The addition of Terry offers a grizzled 17 year vet to help lead the youngster guards. Additionally, Bucks head coach Jason Kidd played with Terry during the Dallas Mavericks 2011 Championship run.
The deal with the Bucks is for one season and likely for the veteran minimum.
The Jet will make his solo appearance at the Toyota Center on January 18, 2017 and the Rockets will play in Milwaukee January 23.
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